The Innocent Curate, Revisited

By David M. Baumann The May 28, 2017 issue of The Living Church featured a cover article by Richard J. Mammana about a book called The Innocent Curate by Paris Leary. Doubleday had published it in 1963. I fi... Read More...

Longing for a Re-enchanted World:

David Bentley Hart’s Roland in Moonlight By Matt Boulter When, several years ago, I read Jean Grondin’s intellectual biography Gadamer, about the eponymous German continental philosopher, I was astonished a... Read More...

Imposters

By Hannah Matis Can a murderer be a minister? This is the question which haunts the eloquent, idiosyncratic exploration, The Minister and the Murder, by Stuart Kelly, of the strange case of the matricide and... Read More...

Some Theological Notes on The Wheel Of Time

By Sam Keyes  Robert Jordan’s sprawling 14-volume fantasy series, The Wheel of Time (WOT), has gained a new following with the start of Amazon Prime’s new television series of the same. It has also inspired old fans like yours truly to revisit the series. ... Read More...

G. K. Chesterton and the Goodness of God

By Cole Hartin While I have a few podcasts in my feed, over the past couple of years I’ve been trying to mix in audiobooks as well. I’m cheap, so I don’t have an Audible subscription. I have found, however, ... Read More...